Month: July 2018
Nectarine and Blackberry Crisp
I’m always reading about fashion and beauty products on Goop, but this time I decided to try the recipes. Very easy, delicious, and can be used with other fruits. I didn’t use gluten-free flour but I did use the coconut sugar, something I never used before in a recipes. And I served it with greek yogurt for brunch, rather than as a dessert served … Read More Nectarine and Blackberry Crisp
Alejandra Alonso Royas Spring 2018
I was drawn to this new designer for not only her name, (Alonso happens to be my maiden name), but for her use of different textiles. Winner of the Fashion Group International’s Rising star in 2017, Alejandra Alonso Rojas presented a homey and warm collection, inspired by her family heritage. Alejandra Alonso Rojas
Salmon with Lemon-Herb Marinade
Another great recipe from the New York Times Cooking website! Keep in mind that soy sauce tends to burn, if you like your salmon more on the medium side instead of medium rare, it may look like it’s done. Check the middle for doneness.
I had some left over tortillas so I decided to try this recipe from the New York Times cooking website. Quick and easy! I did use parsley instead of cilantro and next time I will opt out of the chipolte peppers, it made it a little too spicy for my taste, though very very delicious.
+ Food, meat, vegetables
Sweet and Sour Cabbage Rolls
Part 2 of this week’s cooking with maple syrup. Adapted from Maple by Katie Webster.
Maple Tahini Chicken and Broccoli
Knowing how much I love cookbooks, my husband bought me Maple by Katie Webster while he was in Stowe Vermont. Filled with fantastic, easy, and delicious recipes using maple syrup!
Basket purse from Nantucket Baskets. Print from Society6. Sweater from Ellsworth & Ivey.
Black Bean, Corn, and Tomato Salad with Feta Cheese
Originally posted on the fashionista cook:
Great recipe for barbecues! I served it with grilled burgers but, it would be great with anything grilled. ? Get the recipe here.